The Snow Leopard Conservancy is a non-profit organization based in Sonoma, California, formed in 2000, working in partnership with local communities in eight of the twelve snow leopard range countries to ensure snow leopard survival.

Photo by Steve Tracy

Photo by Steve Tracy

Photo by Tashi R. Ghale

Photo by Alexander Kuksin

Photo by Bjorn Persson

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WHO WE ARE

Photo by Steve Tracy

Photo by Steve Tracy

Photo by Tashi R. Ghale

Photo by Alexander Kuksin

Photo by Bjorn Persson

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OUR MISSION

Ensuring Snow Leopard survival and conserving mountain landscapes by expanding environmental awareness and sharing innovative practices through community stewardship and partnerships.

photos by Steve Tracy

The Conservancy is celebrating more than 20 years of saving snow leopards! 

Together with our supporters, we’ve increased the protection of this majestic big cat.

Today, we’re beginning our next chapter with new leadership!

Help us grow our impact with two new programs in the Nepalese Himalaya!

Tshiring Lhamu Lama

Transforming local attitudes of herders living with snow leopards 

One Health Project

Improving access to veterinary resources in the high mountains

Transforming local attitudes of herders living with snow leopards 

Improving access to veterinary resources in the high mountains

Snow Leopard Scouts – Conservation Education in Nepal

November 27th, 2022|Comments Off on Snow Leopard Scouts – Conservation Education in Nepal

SNOW LEOPARD SCOUT MONITORING CAMP Students displaying their hands prints - Photo: Anil Adhikari In the fall of 2022, a community-based snow leopard conservation project was [...]

Notes From the Field – Kyrgyzstan

September 14th, 2022|Comments Off on Notes From the Field – Kyrgyzstan

NOMAD KIDS' CAMP - 2022 In August of 2022, "the Taalim Forum and Rural Development Fund held an ethno-ecological "Nomad Kids' Camp" for schoolchildren [...]

Notes from the Field – Annapurna Nepal

August 26th, 2022|Comments Off on Notes from the Field – Annapurna Nepal

By Ashleigh Lutz-Nelson, Executive Director One step at a time. That is what I keep telling myself as I climb one step closer to the summit of Kang La Pass [...]

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